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Propaganda

nounpro·​pa·​gan·​da | \ ˌprä-pə-ˈgan-də  , ˌprō-\

1capitalizeda congregation of the Roman curia having jurisdiction over missionary territories and related institutions2: the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person3: ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further one’s cause or to damage an opposing causealsoa public action having such an effect

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Global stocks rose to their highest in five months and the dollar dipped on Monday as traders began to price in an accommodative stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve at its policy meeting this week. — Read on mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1QZ00X Advertisements

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  • Breakingviews TV: Under protest August 16, 2019
    Hong Kong demonstrations escalated again, including at the airport. Local carrier Cathay Pacific got caught up in the mess. And the economic roots of the unrest are becoming clearer. Clara Ferreira Marques and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the latest from the financial hub.
  • Breakingviews TV: Kicking GE August 15, 2019
    The troubled conglomerate is facing claims it’s hiding $38 bln in potential losses. Tom Buerkle outlines the accusations leveled by Harry Markopolos, famous for trying to call out Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme – and why GE’s past makes it an easy target for such allegations.
  • Breakingviews TV: WeWorking it August 14, 2019
    The office provider’s IPO prospectus is a catalog of red flags, from shoddy corporate governance to related-party transactions, not to mention a questionable business model. Rob Cox and Robert Cyran discuss.
  • Breakingviews TV: Tumblr mess August 13, 2019
    Tumblr was once worth $1.1 bln. Verizon is selling it for less than 1% of that. Robert Cyran and Jennifer Saba explain the latest sign that the telecom giant should ditch its internet media aspirations.
  • Breakingviews TV: Macri blow August 12, 2019
    Argentine voters jolted markets by giving opposition leader Alberto Fernandez a big primary election victory. Richard Beales says the vote was a rejection of President Mauricio Macri’s investor-friendly policies, making a change of leadership in October more likely.
  • Breakingviews TV: Yuan short August 9, 2019
    A currency war is brewing between the United States and China. Clara Ferreira Marques and Pete Sweeney discuss how far the Chinese currency might fall, and whether it will help revive cooling growth.
  • Breakingviews TV: $$ and sense August 8, 2019
    Donald Trump complains that a strong currency is undermining his battle with Beijing. He has many ways to weaken the greenback, says John Foley, but one of the best, ironically, would be to call off the trade war to stem safe haven money flows to the United States.
  • Breakingviews TV: Apocalypse NYT August 7, 2019
    The newspaper has prospered by taking on the Trump administration. Now a headline about mass shootings has prompted accusations that it’s normalizing its coverage of the president. That, argues Rob Cox, may hint of life at the Times after the war with Trump ends.
  • Breakingviews TV: Off opioids August 6, 2019
    Robert Cyran and Rob Cox discuss British pharma group Mallinckrodt’s decision to pull a planned spinoff to shareholders of a generics business that sells painkillers.
  • Breakingviews TV: Old new hand August 5, 2019
    European leaders picked Kristalina Georgieva as their choice to run the IMF. While not a knockout candidate, anointing her would at least force the lender to amend its traditional age limits – just as it often tells its borrowers to do, as Tom Buerkle explains.

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  • Week ahead on Wall Street August 16, 2019
    Investors will be glued to the Jackson Hole central bankers gathering and earnings reports from more retailers in the week ahead on Wall Street. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Wall Street rises on stimulus optimism August 16, 2019
    U.S. stocks rebounded Friday as an ebbing bond rally brought buyers back to equities, but major indexes still ended the week with losses. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Potential recession may be mild - Kamen August 16, 2019
    A potential U.S. recession signaled by the bond market may be a mild one unlike that of 2008, Mercadien Asset Management president Ken Kamen tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.
  • U.S. surfboard makers not so stoked about tariffs August 16, 2019
    President Donald Trump's decision to slap 10% tariffs on imported surfboards convinced surf executive Sue Bowers to move factory jobs out of China - but not back to the United States, which was one goal of Trump's tariffs.
  • Trump, Chinese planners give stocks a Friday respite August 16, 2019
    Battered equity markets got some relief on Friday after Donald Trump said he saw a quick end to the China-U.S. trade spat and Beijing said it would add more stimulus to its ailing economy. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
  • LSE's FTSE stock market suffers longest outage in years August 16, 2019
    A technical glitch delayed the start of trading on Friday on the UK blue chip FTSE 100 and midcap stock indexes for almost two hours in what was the longest outage at one of the world's top bourses in eight years. Francis Maguire reports.
  • Turkish military fund reaches deal to buy British Steel August 16, 2019
    Turkey's military pension fund OYAK has reached a provisional agreement to take over British Steel and could close the deal by the end of this year, potentially saving thousands of jobs. David Pollard reports.
  • Cathay Pacific CEO quits as airline is dragged into HK turmoil August 16, 2019
    Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg quit Friday as the airline became ever more embroiled in Hong Kong's political turmoil. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
  • Breakingviews TV: Under protest August 16, 2019
    Hong Kong demonstrations escalated again, including at the airport. Local carrier Cathay Pacific got caught up in the mess. And the economic roots of the unrest are becoming clearer. Clara Ferreira Marques and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the latest from the financial hub.
  • Argentine peso jumps after heavy losses August 16, 2019
    Argentina's peso jumped nearly 5% Thursday, as President Macri shared a phone conversation with political rival Alberto Fernandez where they said they were determined to control Argentina's economic crisis. But, as Francis Maguire reports, for many who protested about poverty in Buenos Aires, Macri's talk is still not enough.

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  • Petitioners want Trump Tower on Obama Avenue August 17, 2019
    More than 340,000 people have signed a MoveOn.org petition to change the name of the block of 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower to 'President Barack H. Obama Avenue'. Priscilla Huff reports.
  • Trump blames mass shootings on mentally ill August 16, 2019
    President Donald Trump said on Thursday he supports meaningful background checks for gun buyers, but he told reporters that those responsible for recent mass shootings were mentally ill and the United States should build more mental institutions. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Trump does not want to see violent crackdown by China in HK August 15, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would not want to see China violently suppressing protesters in Hong Kong and that President Xi Jinping could resolve the situation quickly if he met with protest leaders. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Sanders tells Cardi B, "Trump is an overt racist" August 15, 2019
    Democratic presidential nominee, Bernie Sanders tells rapper Cardi Be that it's time to 'get rid of Donald Trump' because he's a racist. The New Yorkers also discussed immigration, wages, health care and politics in an unusual campaign video. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
  • Israel bars two U.S. Congresswomen from entry August 15, 2019
    U.S. Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar will be barred from entering Israel in an upcoming visit, after a tweet from U.S. President Donald Trump urging Israel to block their visit.
  • O'Rourke says Trump is cause of nation's pain August 15, 2019
    Beto O'Rourke re-launched his presidential campaign in El Paso, Texas on Thursday, saying he wants to take the fight directly to the person he accuses of causing El Paso's and the nation's 'pain'; President Donald Trump. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
  • "Would humanity exist without rape, incest?" King August 15, 2019
    Rep. Steve King is again facing calls to resign after he wondered aloud in Iowa on Wednesday, if humanity would exist without rape or incest. He made the comments in defense of his proposed legislation to ban abortion. Priscilla Huff reporting.
  • Castro slams Cuccinelli over Statue of Liberty remark August 14, 2019
    Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro slammed Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Wednesday for saying that the Statue of Liberty poem refers to "people coming from Europe." Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • 'Moscow Mitch' is burying legislation: Pelosi August 14, 2019
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi attacked Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell on Wednesday, saying that "Moscow Mitch" is the self-described grim reaper of legislation, including that which addresses election security. She was speaking to the Illinois Democratic Party meeting in Springfield. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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  • Body odour? Bacteria-embedded bodysuit could help August 14, 2019
    Deodorant not enough to stop your body odour? A new futuristic-style bodysuit embedded with live bacteria could help combat those unpleasant smells. Edward Baran reports.
  • Japanese researchers build robotic tail to keep elderly upright August 14, 2019
    Millions of years after the ancestors of humans evolved to lose their tails, a research team at Japan’s Keio University have built a robotic one they say could help unsteady elderly people keep their balance. Edward Baran reports.
  • Huawei unveils Harmony OS August 9, 2019
    Huawei has unveiled a proprietary operating system for smartphones and other devices, but says that for now it will stick to using Google's Android for smartphones. David Pollard reports.
  • The 'skaterbot' that can teach itself new tricks August 8, 2019
    'Skaterbot' uses artificial intelligence to teach itself how to navigate terrain and even roller and ice skate.
  • 'SharkCam' captures lives of basking sharks in Scottish waters August 8, 2019
    The secret lives of basking sharks have been captured on camera by Britain's first autonomous "SharkCam" - an underwater robot that tracks their movements and behaviours as they gather in the Inner Hebrides. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • The robot that teaches itself to roller skate August 8, 2019
    Skaterbot uses artificial intelligence to teach itself how to navigate terrain and even roller and ice skate. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
  • VR catheter puts doctors inside patients' blood vessels August 7, 2019
    Virtual reality headsets could one day be an addition to surgical gowns and face masks in operating rooms, with a new VR-guided catheter that gives surgeons an immersive look inside the human vascular system. Lauren Anthony reports.
  • Autonomous car line hits the road in Brooklyn August 7, 2019
    A Boston start-up debuts a line of autonomous cars in a contained industrial park in New York as it hopes to lead the way in urban driverless vehicles.
  • Liquid aspirin is shrinking brain tumors in mice: trial August 7, 2019
    A new drug containing a liquid form of aspirin could in future help treat some of the most aggressive brain cancers, according to researchers at the Brain Tumour Research Centre at the University of Portsmouth. Anna Bevan reports.
  • Japanese flying car successfully hovers during test flight August 6, 2019
    Japanese electronics manufacturer NEC Corporation unveiled a prototype flying car that stayed in the air for almost a minute during a test in Japan this week. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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  • Wall Street rises on stimulus optimism August 16, 2019
    U.S. stocks rebounded Friday as an ebbing bond rally brought buyers back to equities, but major indexes still ended the week with losses. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Potential recession may be mild - Kamen August 16, 2019
    A potential U.S. recession signaled by the bond market may be a mild one unlike that of 2008, Mercadien Asset Management president Ken Kamen tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.
  • S&P 500 could sink to December lows - Gabriel August 15, 2019
    As trading volume rises and trader mentality becomes pessimistic, Thomson Reuters Stocks Buzz analyst Terence Gabriel tells Reuters' Fred Katayama the S&P 500 risks sinking back to the low hit last December.
  • Dow drops 800 in worst day this year August 14, 2019
    Wall Street got slammed Wednesday. The Dow suffered its largest one-day point drop since October as investors were gripped by increased concerns about a recession after the U.S. Treasury yield curve temporarily inverted for the first time in 12 years. Fred Katayama reports.
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    Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber says the bond market is rarely wrong, referring to the yield curve inversion signaling a recession. But he tells Reuters' Fred Katayama a series of Fed rate cuts should support stocks.
  • Tariff delay sparks stocks rally August 13, 2019
    U.S. stocks rose sharply Tuesday after an announced delay of planned tariffs on some Chinese imports brought buyers back to the equities market in a broad-based rally. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Hong Kong tensions could zap any trade deal August 13, 2019
    The Trump Administration wouldn't be able to reward China with a trade deal should the tensions in Hong Kong get worse, William O'Neil & Co's Randy Watts tells Reuters' Fred Katayama. That would be a negative for a market that's attempting to rally, he said.
  • Geopolitical worries sink stocks August 12, 2019
    Stocks on Wall Street dropped more than 1% Monday as geopolitical tensions spooked equity investors while the U.S.-China trade war stoked fears of an impending recession. Fred Katayama reports.
  • "Goldilocks" time despite the sell-off - Silsby August 12, 2019
    Whittier Trust's Caleb Silsby tells Reuters' Fred Katayama that growth and low inflation makes this a "Goldilocks" scenario for the equity markets.
  • Wall Street ends wild week with a drop August 9, 2019
    U.S. stocks fell Friday following renewed jitters over the U.S.-China trade war, capping a week of trading that saw big swings and high volume. Fred Katayama reports.

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  • 'Nobody is not afraid': Chernobyl pilot recalls his fear 33 years ago August 17, 2019
    More than three decades after he flew his helicopter above the radioactive volcano that was Chernobyl's nuclear reactor number four, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident, Mykola Volkozub recalls how he feared for his life. Edward Baran reports.
  • Scientists find microplastics deep in Arctic ice August 17, 2019
    Tiny pieces of plastic have been found in ice cores drilled in the Arctic by a U.S.-led team of scientists, underscoring the threat the growing form of pollution now poses to marine life in even the remotest waters on the planet. Lucy Fielder reports.
  • Petitioners want Trump Tower on Obama Avenue August 17, 2019
    More than 340,000 people have signed a MoveOn.org petition to change the name of the block of 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower to 'President Barack H. Obama Avenue'. Priscilla Huff reports.
  • North Korea's state TV airs photos of Kim Jong Un watching new weapon test August 17, 2019
    North Korea's state-run television KRT on Saturday (August 17) released still photographs of leader Kim Jong Un inspecting the country's latest missile test which they said was the test-firing of a new weapon. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • French 'Spiderman' scales Hong Kong building, hangs peace banner August 16, 2019
    Climber Alain Robert on Friday scaled up Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Center and unfurled a banner with ''a message of peace'', as the territory geared up for further mass pro-democracy demonstrations over the weekend.
  • Schools, telephone lines to be opened in Kashmir after lockdown August 16, 2019
    Authorities will begin restoring some telephone lines in Indian Kashmir from Friday night, including in the main city of Srinagar where afternoon prayers went peacefully amid heavy security, the top state official said. Edward Baran reports.
  • Ed Sheeran Ketchup bottle sells for over $1,800 August 16, 2019
    Three limited-edition bottles of Heinz Tomato Ketchup based on the tattoos of British songwriter Ed Sheeran, a dedicated fan of the condiment, sold at auction in London on Thursday.
  • Dramatic video captures Earnhardts escaping plane crash August 16, 2019
    NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife and daughter are seen in witness video escaping their private jet after it reportedly ran off a runway and crashed in Tennessee.
  • Trump ridiculed for "trying to buy" Greenland August 16, 2019
    Danish politicians on Friday poured scorn on the notion of selling Greenland to the United States following reports that President Donald Trump had privately discussed the idea of buying the world's biggest island with his advisers. Francesca Lynagh reports.
  • Tensions flare as Zimbabwe police beat protesters August 16, 2019
    Police fired tear gas and beat opposition party supporters who had gathered in downtown Harare on Friday in defiance of a ban on anti-government rallies. The MDC party has called the government "fascist." Serena Chaudhry reports.

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  • Open Arms migrant rescue ship remains stranded at sea August 17, 2019
    A charity rescue ship carrying 134 migrants, mostly Africans, was stranded off the coast of Italy on Saturday (August 17) as a political battle in Rome continues to stop it from docking. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Eight die in fire at a hotel in Ukraine August 17, 2019
    Eight people died and 10 more were injured in a fire early on Saturday (August 17) in a private hotel in the southern Ukrainian port of Odessa, Ukraine's emergencies service said. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
  • Petitioners want Trump Tower on Obama Avenue August 17, 2019
    More than 340,000 people have signed a MoveOn.org petition to change the name of the block of 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower to 'President Barack H. Obama Avenue'. Priscilla Huff reports.
  • Hong Kong teachers rally in thunderstorm at start of weekend of protests August 17, 2019
    Several thousand Hong Kong school teachers and supporters braved thunderstorms on Saturday (August 17) to start a weekend of anti-government demonstrations, despite fears that police could adopt tougher tactics to drive activists off the streets. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • Earnhardt Jr.'s plane bounced before crash August 16, 2019
    NTSB Senior Investigator Ralph E. Hicks said on Friday that the private jet Dale Earnhardt Jr., his wife Amy and child were travelling on "bounced" in "good" flight conditions as it crash-landed in Tennessee on Thursday before bursting into flames. Everyone survived the crash. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Suspicious packages rattle NYC commuters August 16, 2019
    Two suspicious packages that prompted the evacuation of one of New York City's busiest transit hubs during the Friday morning rush hour were deemed to be safe, police said although commuters said they were on their guard. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • Racing community relieved Dale Earnhardt Jr. safe August 16, 2019
    NASCAR driver Austin Hill says the racing community is thrilled that Dale Earnhardt Jr, his wife and baby suffered no serious injuries in the dramatic crash of their small plane in Tennessee on Thursday. A federal investigation is under way. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
  • Chinese paramilitary forces exercise near Hong Kong border August 16, 2019
    Hundreds of members of China's People's Armed Police (PAP) continued to conduct exercises on Friday at a sports stadium in Shenzhen. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
  • Trump warns of market crash if he loses in 2020 August 16, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump urged supporters at a rally on Thursday (August 15) to vote for him, or else "everything is going to be down the tubes." Rough cut - no reporter narration.
  • Trump blames mass shootings on mentally ill August 16, 2019
    President Donald Trump said on Thursday he supports meaningful background checks for gun buyers, but he told reporters that those responsible for recent mass shootings were mentally ill and the United States should build more mental institutions. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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